Creating a feedforward culture
Jul23

Creating a feedforward culture

Elisabet Hearn and I wrote this article for 2020visionleader.com Following on from last month’s article of “feedback or feedforward?” let’s continue by exploring how to do feedforward well. By giving feedforward in an effective way, you can start to create a culture where people feel comfortable to talk to each other about pretty much anything. What it comes down to is respectful and supportive transparency. By being open to...

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Welcome to Excellence in Leadership
Jul23

Welcome to Excellence in Leadership

At Excellence in Leadership we have a unique approach to working across broad and diverse organisations, delivering transformational cultural change that truly supports leaders and teams to thrive through change. We see that the pace of change today is unprecedented as we hear about the need to cut costs, increase productivity and improve service on an ongoing basis. Our advisors know that organisations want to do more than keep up,...

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IMPACT Magazine celebrates one year
Jul22

IMPACT Magazine celebrates one year

This last year has flown by – we are celebrating IMPACT’s 1 year anniversary! We hope you have enjoyed the first 12 issues covering various angles on leadership impact. As we move into our second year, the magazine will now be issued every other month, with some additional contents. In this July issue, we focus on how to do feedforward well, why managing change isn’t enough, the void that is created when a leader leaves, and we have...

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Relaxation isn’t just for your time off
Jul22

Relaxation isn’t just for your time off

Elisabet Hearn and I wrote this article for 2020visionleader.com Everyone needs time off at regular intervals, to relax, recharge and forget about work for a while. Over the last 18 months or so of a global pandemic which has for many meant working from home, the lines between work and home have become blurred. And it has for many potentially raised the question: Am I working from home or living at work? Even if you love working from...

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If you’re too busy to laugh, you’re too busy
Jul21

If you’re too busy to laugh, you’re too busy

Elisabet Hearn and I wrote this article for 2020visionleader.com We all spend a lot of time at work, even if it’s virtual. Many spend more time with their colleagues than they do with friends and family. Sounds familiar? And when you spend that much time at work, it needs to be enjoyable and fun. That doesn’t mean that it has to be “laugh out loud” fun (although that’s great too!), but it needs to have great elements of joy and...

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